As I said in the Emily edition, I'm confused.
This was the only winter dress I made (for Jenna or anyone else) this year. Ironically, I cut it out two winters ago for Emily, who outgrew the fabric pieces even before they were ever assembled. So I cut them down to fit Jenna and sewed it up this winter.
Nothing fancy - Tshirt neckline, Tshirt yoke, gathered skirt, long sleeves, pockets - just a playdress to wear around the house and in school.
Maximum fabric coverage.
Immediately after finishing this, I made summer dresses - minimum fabric coverage.
The style is like an extrapolated A-line camisole.
The armscyes and neckline are bound with ribbing, that continues as the straps
and meets at the side seam.
Here's another racerback sundress.
I like this batik - and yes, it's a knit, not a woven batik. It will fit right in on the beaches of Singapore.
Same dress in a sprinkles knit
Three pairs of knit shorts:
7 garments, all knit.
And with that, I consider her summer wardrobe comfortably supplemented.
P.S. Breaking news: the purple batik sundress is missing. I knew it was too good to be true that all 7 garments were where I wanted them to be when they were ready to be packed in the suitcase. This is what happens when I let the children dress cross-seasonally in the house!